Washington remains at No. 1 in 2018 USA Today/NFCA DI Top 25 Coaches Poll

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LOUISVILLE, Ky. – No. 1 Washington knocked of Alabama twice and remained undefeated in this week’s USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll. The Huskies (23-0) received 29 first-place votes and 795 points as the Southeastern Conference (5) and Pac-12 (4) Conference own nine spots in the top-10.

USC Upstate makes its first appearance in the top-25. The 24th-ranked Spartans added six victories to their resume, including a 5-0 mark at their Wings Etc. Classic. Minnesota fell out of the top-25 for the first time this season.

The 2018 USA Today/NFCA Division I Top 25 Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches, one representing each conference. Records reflect games played through March 4.

2018 USA Today / NFCA Division I
Top 25 Coaches Poll – March 6 (Week 4)

Rank School Totals 2018 Last Poll
1 Washington (29) 795 23-0 1
2 Florida (1) 760 19-1 2
3 UCLA (2) 747 19-0 3
4 Tennessee 681 21-1 5
5 Oklahoma 671 13-2 4
6 Oregon 626 18-4 6
7 Texas A&M 605 18-3 7
8 LSU 583 19-2 10
9 Arizona 534 15-2 9
10 Auburn 485 17-2 12
11 Georgia 463 18-1 14
12 Baylor 450 11-3 8
13 Alabama 395 12-5 11
14 Arizona State 375 16-2 16
15 Florida State 360 15-6 13
16 Ohio State 276 11-1 19
17 California 262 18-3 15
18 South Carolina 256 19-1 20
19 Ole Miss 249 13-3 17
20 Louisiana 167 12-5 18
21 Long Beach State 157 16-4 22
22 Michigan 123 13-6 25
23 Kentucky 79 14-3 24
24 USC Upstate 62 18-0 RV
25 McNeese State 52 16-5 23

New to Poll: No. 24 USC Upstate

Dropped Out: No. 21 Minnesota

Receiving Votes: Minnesota (33), James Madison (31), Mississippi State (29), Arkansas (27), Oklahoma State (19), Louisville (13), Texas State (13), Hofstra (7), Texas (7), Nebraska (4), Houston (3), Wichita State (1).

The 2018 USA Today / NFCA Division I Top 25 Coaches Poll is voted on by 32 NCAA Division I head coaches with one representing each of the NCAA’s Division I Conferences. Records reflect play through March 4, 2018

Rank/School; Points; Record Previous

1 Washington (29) 795 23-0 1

2 Florida (1) 760 19-1 2

3 UCLA (2) 747 19-0 3

4 Tennessee 681 21-1 5

5 Oklahoma 671 13-2 4

6 Oregon 626 18-4 6

7 Texas A&M 605 18-3 7

8 LSU 583 19-2 10

9 Arizona 534 15-2 9

10 Auburn 485 17-2 12

11 Georgia 463 18-1 14

12 Baylor 450 11-3 8

13 Alabama 395 12-5 11

14 Arizona State 375 16-2 16

15 Florida State 360 15-6 13

16 Ohio State 276 11-1 19

17 California 262 18-3 15

18 South Carolina 256 19-1 20

19 Ole Miss 249 13-3 17

20 Louisiana 167 12-5 18

21 Long Beach State 157 16-4 22

22 Michigan 123 13-6 25

23 Kentucky 79 14-3 24

24 USC Upstate 62 18-0 RV

25 McNeese State 52 16-5 23

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